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United Continental providing travel options

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - United Continental Holdings has announced travel options for United and Continental customers whose flight plays may be affected by the earthquake in Japan. Conditions at local airports are expected to lead to the delay or cancellation of flights to and from Japan including at the carriers' hub at Narita.

United and Continental are monitoring conditions in Japan and throughout the Pacific. Updates will be provided on United.com and Continental.com. Customers scheduled to travel to the region are asked to check their flight status on those web sites.

Customers scheduled on these flights through March 15 may reschedule their itinerary with a one-time date or time change and the fees will be waived. If a flight has been canceled, a refund in the original form of payment may be requested.

Complete details and travel dates are available on the web sites, as well.

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